The L.A. Public Library’s Thriving Authors


The Los Angeles Public Library seems to be a thriving hub of book authorship these days, and if you wonder how the library contributed to their writing, you can hear them explain at a panel at 1 p.m. Friday Aug. 26 in Meeting Room A at the Central Library.

The panel, moderated by Mary McCoy (author of “Dead to Me”), will feature Glen Creason, author of “Los Angeles in Maps”; Christina Rice, author of “Ann Dvorak: Hollywood’s Forgotten Rebel”; and Diane Eddington, author of “Top 10 Best Synastry Aspects” and “Star Synastry, the Power of the Astrological Conjunction.”

I have written about three of the four authors and the having them in one place to share experiences sounds like a terrific idea.

Here’s my 2012 profile of Glen Creason for the Los Angeles Times.

Chatting with Christina Rice in 2013 about Ann Dvorak.

And a review of Mary McCoy’s “Dead to Me” from 2015.

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I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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